Provence Lifestyle

Provence is a world-known lifestyle.With its natural and cultural riches, each visitor may find in Var a real box of authentic delights: crickets beneath the breeze, the song of the cicadas, fields of lavender and olive trees, vines and orchards, fine sandy beaches, Provence little markets, sun and easy living.

  • Sanary-sur-Mer The traditional fishing port, the colorful “pointus” boats, the savors of the Provençal market, make the charm of this beautiful village. What a delight to taste sea urchins with a nice glass...
  • Saint-Maximin & Hilltop Villages Discover and visit the basilica and the Royal Convent of Saint-Maximin, the most beautiful gothic building in South East France and the third most important tomb site in...
  • An ancestral tradition Nestled in the heart of the forested hilly chain of the Maures, Collobrières is the starting point for many walking itineraries. “Capital of the sweet chestnut “, Collobrières...
  • A Village packed with History Ollioules could be compared to an open art book. Monuments from different periods are scattered through town; from Romanesque to Hausmanian style, centuries have left a distinct yet soft...
  • A Charming and Authentic Provencal Village Sanary’s very ancient natural harbour, set in the heart of the town, is permanent home to around 100 heritage vessels dating back as far as 1895, plus some old Provencal...
  • Unusual Wine Estates “Fabre wine company” has 7 wineries spread over 550ha around the city of Hyères. The Château de l’Aumérade (in Pierrefeu-du-Var) is open to public and offers tours including the 3 500m2...
  • A Queen’s Favourite Retreat in the Heart of Provence Come and discover this extraordinary property Cru Classé des Côtes de Provence, where the owner will tell you himself the history of his castle, to meet...
  • Cooking Class with a Chef in a Provencal Vineyard In the heart of Provence lies the Château de Berne, some 600 hectares where authenticity and savoir-faire have been cultivated since 1750. Here, you’ll take a two...